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"Dig Out Your Soul" Info

posted Jul 30, 2008, 5:04 PM by Vu Nguyen
From Oasis

'DIG OUT YOUR SOUL' ARTWORK, TRACKLISTING & FREE MUSIC PREVIEW!
It's full-steam ahead here at Oasisinet as everyone gears up for the release of the new single, 'The Shock Of The Lightning', on September 29th and the new album, 'Dig Out Your Soul', on October 6th. Both are released independently by their own label Big Brother Recordings.

We've got the world exclusive unveiling of the new album artwork here plus the full tracklisting for the band's seventh studio album.

The tracklisting for 'Dig Out Your Soul' is:

Bag It Up
The Turning
Waiting For The Rapture
The Shock Of The Lightning
I'm Outta Time
(Get Off Your) High Horse Lady
Falling Down
To Be Where There's Life
Ain't Got Nothin'
The Nature of Reality
Soldier On


'Dig Out Your Soul' was produced by Dave Sardy who worked with the band on 2005's, 'Don't Believe The Truth'. It was recorded at Abbey Road and mixed in Los Angeles. All four members once again contribute tracks.

The album sleeve for ‘Dig Out Your Soul’ features an original piece of art by London-based designer Julian House.

Oasisinet are also giving you the chance to be amongst the first people in the world to hear an exclusive extract from the forthcoming single, 'The Shock Of The Lightning', and use it as a ringtone on your mobile phone.

To get the exclusive music preview, just go here, enter your details and we'll send you the clip for no charge. The music preview will be exclusively available to those of you signed up to the Oasisinet UK mailing list until the end of the week so why not download it now.

There will be a lot more exciting news on its way in the forthcoming weeks so don't forget to keep checking Oasisinet.

STOP THE PRESS !STOP THE PRESS !STOP THE PRESS !
Check out the news page to view the Dig Out Your Soul Trailer featuring classic Oasis footage and videos, plus a taster of the new single 'Shock Of The Lightning'. The new album, 'Dig Out Your Soul', is released October 6th 2008.
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